Life In Prison For Ms-13 Members Who Murdered Teenagers In Virginia
Arlington, Virginia Five MS-13 gang members from El Salvador. He received life sentences for the 2016 kidnapping, murder, and mutilation of two teenage boys in Fairfax County, Virginia.
There have been 17 charges against members of the MS-13 transnational street gang. According to Jessica D. Aber, the United States Attorney for Virginia’s Eastern District. Then nine entered guilty pleas before going on trial.
At the U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Henry Zelaya Martinez, 28, Ronald Herrera Contreras, 24, Pablo Velasco Barrera, 24, and Elmer Zelaya Martinez, 31 Douglas Ramirez Ferrera, 26, were all given concurrent sentences of six terms of life imprisonment. He also got two periods of 120 months.
A 17-year-old Falls Church boy named E.E.E.M. and a 14-year-old Alexandria boy named S.A.A.T. were the two boys the five gang members. Their accomplices’ target.
Edvin Mendez, 17, and Sergio Triminio, 14, were the boys who were murdered, according to photos released by Fairfax County Police.
According to the prosecution, the group believed S.A.A.T. was a police informant and that E.E.E.M. belonged to the rival 18th Street gang.
The gang members informed E.E.E.M. on the evening of August 28, 2016, that They were transporting him to a gang gathering in Fairfax County’s Holmes Run Stream Valley Park. With knives, a machete, and a pickaxe, More than 100 stabs and chops were administered to E.E.E.M.
They broke one of his legs after he was dead. They put him in a hole they had dug before the assault.
The same gang members invited S.A.A.T. to a gang meeting on September 26, 2016.
Informing his mother that he was taking out the trash, S.A.A.T. left his house wearing only his pajamas. He picks up by gang members and brought returning to the park where they had murdered E.E.E.M.
They attacked and killed him by hacking and stabbing him with pickaxes, machetes, and knives.
To make him fit into the small grave they had dug earlier that night, the gang broke his legs and tied him up in pajamas.
Prosecutors claim that the gang members used cell phone footage of S.A.A.T.’s murder to persuade them. They ought to be gang leaders in the United States, and El Salvador has given more authority within MS-13.
“The character of MS-13 is brutality. According to Wayne A. Jacobs, special agent in charge of the F.B.I. Washington Field Office’s Criminal and Cyber Division. The defendants “kidnapped and killed two innocent teenagers, shattering their dreams and stoking fear in the communities we live and work in.”